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How many years does it take to get a PhD in history?

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In general, four years of undergraduate and four years of graduate course work.

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Typically, it take four years for the bachelor's degree, and an additional four years for the PhD.

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It normally would take around eight years for you to get a PhD in administration, but you could start off with a bachelors degree and then move on to a masters, and finally your PhD.

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It would take approximately eight years beyond completion of high school.

Four years of college, followed by approximately five years in the PhD program (although many candidates take six or even seven years).

Typically, the doctorate will take approximately four years post bachelor's degree.

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It generally takes 8 years of college to get a PhD in accounting. This includes a four year undergraduate degree and a four year graduate degree.

This differs slightly by college, but starting from undergraduate, the time to get a PHD is going to be 7-9 years. Here's a graph showing time spent in postgrad to get a history PHD, which is comparable: http://www.historians.org/perspectives/issues/2006/0602/images/RBT-PhD-Fig1.jpg It takes anywhere from 6 to 10 years. You will first need to get an undergraduate degree, not necessarily in psychology. You will then need to get your masters before you take a PhD course, which in itself could take 2 years or more.

To reach the professional level, you will need a PhD. If you are starting a bachelors degree, it will take approximately eight years. Four years for a Bachelors and an additional four years for a PhD. This is - of course - if you take the programs of study as prescribed by the institution. Viper1

The two postgraduate degrees are a master's degree and a doctorate degree (PhD). It would take 2-3 years to earn a master's degree. After you earn a master's degree, it would take about 4-5 years to earn a PhD. There are some PhD programs that incorporate master's degree work though so you don't have to do a separate degree.

You will need a bachelor's degree first. The PhD takes four years and then you need to defend your thesis. Often, some years of post doctoral work come afterwards.

In general, a PhD involves eight years of study beyond high school.

Approximately eight years beyond high school completion.

If you are thinking historian in the strictest sense, then you have to think PhD. This would take four years to complete the bachelor's degree (as a full-time student), and an additional four years for the PhD. Still, if you have a passion for what you want to do, it is achievable.

In order to be an occupational therapist it would take up to 6 years but many people can choose to continue going to college till they receive their PhD.

Depends on what kind of doctor. MD, medical doctor. JD, Judicary doctor PhD, doctor of philosphy ED, doctor of engineering theres more... For PhD in engineering and probably many other areas a PhD takes usually 4-5 years after your bachelors. Usually you are not required to get your masters before your PhD. I have seen some complete their PhD in 2.5 yrs and some take forever... like 8 yrs lol. its up to you how long it will take to finish.

Typically, a PhD will take approximately eight years beyond high school graduation to complete.

Between 6 and 10 years after high school. Assume a MS or PhD and some extra study.


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